BOGOTÁ – LETICIA -KURUPIRA
Reception at the Vasquez Cobo Airport in Leticia, visa protocol with DAS (Colombia) and Policia Federal (Brazil), transport to the docks to board the boat to Kurupira, floating cabin at the Amazon River.
Lunch and visit to the Victoria Regia.
NATURAL RESERVE HELICONIA
After breakfast, we will board a boat that will take us to the NATURAL RESERVE HELICONIA The journey will take approximately four hours, during which time we will navigate the majestic Amazon River. Thereafter, we will enter one of its largest and most important tributaries, the Javarí River, a natural border between Brazil and Peru. During our journey, we will not only enjoy one of the most magnificent panoramas in the world, we will also pass by singular and authentic towns that still conserve vestiges of the colonial times and the rubber boom era. You will be able to see species of exotic beauty, such as the famous Amazon dolphins (pink and grey), the flight of the Guacamayas, heron, Martin Pescadores, eagles, butterflies, and delight in the paradisiacal vistas framing them. Many other surprises await you, when you visit this magical world with us.
At noon, we will be arriving at the Eco-Hotel of the HELICONIA NATURAL RESERVE. After having a delicious typical Amazon lunch, you will have at your disposal the various activities mentioned below. Any of these can be enjoyed according to the criteria of the guide and the interests and desire of the guest.
We recommend doing at least two activities per day.
You can repeat any activity.
We recommend a minimum stay of four days to get the most out of the journey.
You can choose the activity you like.
Breakfast. Return to Leticia. Flight back to Bogotá.
Entry tax into Leticia, extras not stipulated tips, and other personal expenses. It does not include the canopying ($70.000 colombian pesos each), nor a bilingual guide. Also does not include the native communities payment. ( Aprox 8.000 colombian pesos each communities)
Personal toiletry items, Personal Towel.
Bathing suit and t-shirts
Water Prof. Flashlight
Hat or cap
Long sleeve shirts and long pants
Rubber or leather boots appropriate for jungle trekking
Binoculars for fauna, scenery and flora watching
Mosquito repellent and sun-block
Other personal elements